The road ends at the Nordenga bridge
Dronning Eufemias gate in full length
For the time being, it`s so much construction works going on, that you can only walk on one side of the road.
Ant King and Heffanutt are looking forward to the day they can check out all the new buildings.
- Seahorses are tiny fish that are named for the shape of their head
- They are found in tropical and temperate coastal water throughout the world, from about 45°S to 45°N
- Seahorses range in size from 1.5 to 35.5 cm (0.6 to 14.0 in)
- They are adept at camouflage with the ability to grow and reabsorb spiny appendages depending on their habitat
- Swimming upright among seaweed and other plants, Seahorses use their back fins to propel slowly forward. The pectoral fins located on either side of the head are used for manoeuvring
- Since they are poor swimmers, they are most likely to be found resting with their prehensile tails wound around a stationary object
- The seahorse tail can grasp objects
- Seahorses feed on small crustaceans floating in the water or crawling on the bottom
- Expected lifespan is 3 years
References; Nationalgeographic.com, Wikipedia, Britannica.com, BBC.com, Australiangeographic.com, Birdlife.org.au,worldwildlife.com